Tag Archive | Church and State

An Exercise in Mixing Church and State

When I first heard of the Supreme Court ruling concerning prayer last week, I wondered how long the “HOORAYS!” would last before someone stepped up to challenge it. Tony Perkins article at Charisma was typical of all the celebrating going on after the courts decision: Monday’s U.S. Supreme Court ruling wasn’t just an answer on […]

God in America: Part 6 – Of God and Caesar

God in America, a 6-part series made by PBS-Frontline is well worth watching. If you’ve not watched it you can find all 6 segments at PBS Last evening I finished part 6 (on my Netflix) and wanted to share it with you. So make your self a cup of coffee or grab a soft drink […]

Kentucky: A Year in Jail for Not Believing in God?

This guy has hit upon the answer for insuring the myth that America is a “Christian” Nation continues; acknowledge God or go to jail. Seems I recall something similar…Oh yeah, the Roman Crusades when it was ‘convert or die’.    In Kentucky, a homeland security law requires the state’s citizens to acknowledge the security provided […]

Texas Church Sign: New, but not so improved

My, My. Guess this is the 2012 version of The Old Church sign which use to announce this coming Sunday’s sermon title or something else as benign as;  “All Are Welcome! – Come On In and Sit a Spell”    LEAKEY, Texas — A controversy regarding a political sign prominently displayed outside a church is […]

Harry Jackson: “The Church Must Tell Us Who To Vote For”

Really?

Survey: Pastors reject pulpit endorsements

NASHVILLE (BP) — Nearly 90 percent of pastors believe they should not endorse candidates for public office from the pulpit, according to a survey by LifeWay Research. The survey, released Oct. 1, also revealed that 44 percent of pastors personally endorsed candidates, but did so outside of their church role. The survey of 1,000 Protestant […]

Democrats Put ‘God’ Back in Platform

Christian Post Personally, I don’t believe God cares about being included in ANY American political platform. If truth be told, He’d probably rather be left out of fallen man’s politics all-together.

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